Naprotek Appoints New CFO Mike Lee


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Naprotek, LLC, a leading provider of high-reliability, quick-turn electronics manufacturing, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mike Lee as the Chief Financial Officer.  Mike will be responsible for the company’s finance, accounting, compliance, and IT functions. 

“We are excited to welcome Mike to our senior leadership team,” said Daniel Everitt, President and CEO of Naprotek.  “He brings extensive experience leading public and private companies through periods of expansion.  Mike’s career has been spent guiding regulated defense and complex semiconductor solutions providers through significant growth.”

Mike comes to Naprotek with over 25 years of experience driving profitability, productivity, and operational excellence within diverse manufacturing organizations.  He has leveraged data-driven decision making and a continuous improvement mindset to streamline operations, leading to sustainable efficiencies and bottom-line growth. “I am excited to be joining the Naprotek team,” Lee commented. “It’s apparent that the combined value proposition of the Naprotek portfolio demonstrates an impressive mix of capabilities and services across several high-reliability markets and I’m looking forwarding to helping the organization build upon its success.”

Previously, Mike served as the CFO at Fiber Materials Inc., a defense, aerospace, and industrial materials solutions company, where he was a key organizational leader supporting strategic growth. The company was eventually acquired by Spirit AeroSystems in 2020. Prior to that, Mike has experienced owning and operating his own small manufacturing business as well as a twenty-year tenure at Fairchild Semiconductor in roles spanning across accounting, finance, sales, and manufacturing.  He holds a bachelor's degree in Business from University of Southern Maine and an Executive Certificate in Management from MIT Sloan School of Management.

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